The Jeep Gladiator Farout Concept Makes for a Dreamy Camper

By ninar | Posted in Jeep on Friday, August 21st, 2020 at 1:49 pm

Like every other major automotive event forced to heel by the ongoing pandemic, Jeep cancelled its annual Jeep Easter Safari event in Moab, Utah, earlier this spring. Although the event was cancelled, the automaker promised that the concepts designed for the event would eventually be shown. Jeep kept its promise. The brand just revealed the Gladiator Farout (Far Out!) concept — a long-term overlanding vehicle that looks like there’s no unbeaten path it cannot dominate. For Jeep, this concept marks a continuation from last year’s (2019) Gladiator Wayout offering that focused on an assortment of after-market add-ons and accessories designed to take these vehicles to the next level, making them a camper’s dream. 

The Gladiator Farout’s top feature? A fully-enclosed roof-top pop-up that’s actually a tent in the truck’s bed. It can sleep up to four people and measures 16-feet long and 7.5-feet tall. On the inside, the Gladiator Farout offers a warm and inviting interior lined with wood, hanging racks, built-in seats, table space, ambient lighting and much more. There’s even a fully functional refrigerator and stove! As for the cabin of the pickup itself, there’s dark blue leather, plaid flannel seat inserts, and orange stitching. 

Beneath  the hood, the Jeep Gladiator Farout concept is powered by Jeep’s latest 3.0-liter EcoDiesel engine that’s slated to be available on the Gladiator lineup for the 2021 model year. The EcoDiesel generates a stout 260 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque. Featuring Jeep Performance Parts, the Gladiator Farout comes with a two-inch lift kit, custom front and rear rock rails, a 12,000-pound Warn winch, Fox performance shocks, and a modified Gladiator Rubicon bumper. It also sports 17-inch wheels that are clad in 37-inch mud-terrain tires. 

Jeep completed the Gladiator Farout concept with a brand new exterior color — “Earl,” and pale green/yellow accents throughout, including on the hood, badging, shocks,rear tailgate tow hooks and more. Even though this is simply a Jeep concept, the automaker can easily put together a Gladiator Farout thanks to its robust aftermarket parts inventory. Making an equivalent of the Gladiator Farout is fairly easy, and the concept alone is designed to show Jeepers and non-Jeepers alike just how versatile the Gladiator is. Imagine the possibilities. 

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